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The Method

The physiotherapeutic / osteopathic process



This process begins with a detailed anamnesis discussion, which lays the foundation for a successful therapy. Medically relevant information is requested, environmental and lifestyle factors are listed, and goals and wishes on your part are defined. Ideally, this initial information will provide a common thread for the rest of the session and a hypothesis for the cause of your complaints.


This is followed by a thorough physical examination. Joints are moved, areas of tension are identified, and organs are tested. Hypotheses about the cause, which arise from the joint discussion, are checked here and, if necessary, confirmed or ruled out. This strategic approach enables me to pick up your body during the treatment exactly where it is at the moment. 


After the findings have been collected, evidence-based methods are used to support your body in the recovery of its own health. These techniques can be performed passively as well as actively with your support and are intended to accompany you on your way to freedom from movement and pain. 


At the end of the treatment, tips and tricks for everyday life are discussed and outstanding questions are clarified. 


Emphasis is placed on respecting your limits, training your inner perception and enabling your body to find its way to health by giving it expression and addressing its complaints.


Structural techniques 

These techniques target the structural components of the body. These include bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, as well as fascia.


Structural techniques use specific grip, mobilization, and HVLA (High Velocity Low Amplitude) techniques to improve the alignment, elasticity, mobility, and function of these structural elements.

Visceral techniques

Visceral techniques refer to the treatment of the internal organs of the human body and originate from the Latin word "viscera," meaning "intestines." These techniques use gentle pressure and traction on the organs to improve or restore circulation, nerve supply, mobility and function.

Vascular techniques

Vascular techniques include all manual techniques that target the fluid-related systems of the body. This includes not only arteries and veins, but also lymphatic vessels, as well as the fluid-filled space between the various structures and layers of the body.

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